Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Buddy Bradley, Jan 4, 2019.
Let's get started then, shall we?
Bit of anarcho-punk noise from The C.I.A. debut album:
Can't wait to hear the new Delines album, 'The Imperial'. It's been a long time coming!
Also want to hear Julia Jacklin's new one, out next month.
Teeth of the Sea got a new one out in Feb.
The lead track from the new Oozing Wound LP is a banger.
It's a reissue, but you should pick up this amazing album by Michael O'Shea which has just landed - originally released in 1982 after a couple of members of Wire heard him busking in the street.
Michael O’Shea: Michael O’Shea. On vinyl.
Kind of minimalist / gamelan stuff on home made instruments. long and hypnotic - Check it out on youtube
Saw them when they toured promoting the last one , looking forward to this .
Yes, same here, and am seeing them again next month Can't wait!
They are playing in London too have ordered the CD , don't buy a lot of cds anymore but this will be in the car
I am in London marty21 Going to the Jazz Cafe.
Bob Mould has a new one coming out next month. Is his solo stuff any good?
Thread's off to a cracking start.
I'm consistently the only person here who shows any interest in Soap&Skin, and this was released last year so I'm doubly ignorable, but if you're up for something really dismal (I usually am) this album's worth a go - From Gas to Solid / You Are My Friend
Tried to book yesterday and it kept timing out will try again
#FFS sold out *shakesfistatthesky*
Managed to get a ticket see you there
Hpw is the new delines? Equal to Colfax?
There's a new James Blake album out in a couple of days.
This was out end of 2018... it is very impressive... kind of roxy music vibez (as little as I know about roxy music)
Alien Sex Fiend have let themselves go.
Actually, they haven't much.
Hama - Houmeissa
Niger isn't a country noted for it's electronic music, but here's Hama re-imagining nomadic herding ballads, ancient caravan songs and ceremonial wedding chants with his keyboard and a hacked copy of Fruityloops. It ends up sounding like a cross between synthwave and early Carl Craig.
Mute Records' forthcoming comp has an amazing lineup:
A Certain Ratio, A.C. Marias, ADULT., The Afghan Whigs, Alexander Balanescu, Barry Adamson, Ben Frost, Bruce Gilbert, Cabaret Voltaire, Carter Tutti Void, Chris Carter, Chris Liebing, Cold Specks, Daniel Blumberg, Depeche Mode, Duet Emmo, Echoboy, Einstürzende Neubauten, Erasure, Fad Gadget (tribute), Goldfrapp, He Said, Irmin Schmidt, Josh T. Pearson, K Á R Y Y N, Komputer, Laibach, Land Observations, Lee Ranaldo, Liars, Looper, Lost Under Heaven, Maps, Mark Stewart, Michael Gira, Mick Harvey, Miranda Sex Garden, Moby, Modey Lemon, Mountaineers, New Order, Nitzer Ebb, NON, Nonpareils, The Normal, onDeadWaves, Phew, Pink Grease, Pole, Polly Scattergood, Renegade Soundwave, Richard Hawley, ShadowParty, Silicon Teens, Simon Fisher Turner, The Warlocks, Wire, Yann Tiersen
All covering John Cage's 4'33''
The deluxe vinyl boxset is over £130 for 50 versions of 4'33" of silence I suspect the videos may be more rewarding that the album. Here's Laibach's version...
Urban album of the year, calling it now.
It's a vaguely amusing joke, but about 50 years old surely? Incredible that they would follow through with it in 2019.
Only two minutes into my first listen but am liking the new Dead C album (I think), Rare Ravers. Three long improvised guitar, drums and noise tracks (probably). Sounding less lo-fi than previous efforts.
Am looking forward to a new William Basinski album in March. 'Debut' album from Rema Rema coming up too, compiled from old tapes from 40 years ago - features some wallahs who went on to be in Wolfgang Press and Renegade Sound Wave (remember them?) and Marco Pirroni, it's the best stuff he ever did no question.
Back to the Dead C...
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